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Selection is a particular concern when it is applied to populations being maintained under modified environmental conditions and should only be made within locally sustainable conditions (see section 4.3.2). (...) In turn, the rate of inbreeding reflects the drift in genetic variation within the population. Genetic drift in a small population is the loss of genetic variation through random chance. (...) The strategy results in the conservation of a number of inbred lines with very little genetic variation within each one, but assumes that the total variation will survive in the total population of sublines.
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Score: 913075.4 - https://www.fao.org/3/T0559E/T0559E04.htm
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Australia’s system for regulating pay, working conditions and benefits is unique in the world, reflecting a long-standing experiment with judicial arbitration structures. (...) With the Fair Work Commission varying 99 awards this effectively became the temporary norm for nearly the entire Australian workforce. (...) X Unpaid pandemic leave & annual leave changes to awards. X History of variations to the Clerks – Private Sector Award 2010.
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Score: 912356.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/briefingnote/wcms_756355.pdf
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Order on Request for Variation of Conditions for Provisional Release Case No. (...) RAHIM ADEMI ___________________________________________________ ORDER ON REQUEST FOR VARIATION OF CONDITIONS FOR PROVISIONAL RELEASE ___________________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) Cedo Prodanovic   TRIAL CHAMBER I of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 (the "Tribunal"), BEING SEISED of the "Request for limited Amendment to the Conditions set out for the Provisional Release of the Accused Rahim Ademi Sthe "Accused"C", (the "Request"), filed on 24 April 2002, by which the Defence sought: that the Accused be authorised to visit a doctor in Zagreb; that the Accused be authorised to occasionally spend some time in a location near Split; NOTING that the Prosecution did not respond to the Request, NOTING the "Order on Motion for Provisional Release," filed on 20 February 2002; NOTING that, on 24 June 2002, the Defence filed a letter providing, in particular, a document stating that the Accused should be referred to a medical centre in Zagreb for "control check-up"; CONSIDERING that the information submitted by the Defence, regarding in particular the health condition of the accused, can justify that the conditions imposed upon the accused be modified to the extent compatible with: a) ensuring that he is not prevented from receiving adequate treatment; and b) ensuring that he will reappear for trial and not be a threat to the victims or witnesses; BEARING IN MIND that the Government of the Republic of Croatia offered a number of guarantees for securing the provisional release of the accused and stated, in particular, that it would fulfil all eventual requests of the respective Trial Chamber in this matter; NOTING that the most recent "Report of the Office of the Government of Croatia for Co-operation with the ICTY and ICJ regarding the obligation of the General Rahim Ademi to report weekly to the competent police authorities S…C," filed on 14 June 2002, shows that the Accused has satisfied this obligation in the month of May 2002; CONSIDERING therefore that there is no reason at this moment to deny the Request, subject to the conditions below; PURSUANT to Rules 54 and 65 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal, HEREBY GRANTS the Request as follows: The Accused is authorised to visit the relevant medical centre(s) and doctor(s) in Zagreb as deemed appropriate by the competent medical authorities, subject to: being absent from his usual place of residence as little time as practically feasible in order to receive proper treatment; prior to going to Zagreb, reporting to the police station on each occasion, the date of his departure to Zagreb and the date of his return: reporting the address of the place he will be staying in Zagreb, should he be required to stay more than one day, to the Ministry of Interior and the Registrar of the Tribunal; The Accused is authorised to visit, and stay at, the place mentioned in the Request, occasionally, subject to: reporting the address of the family house in the city of Rogoznica, at which he will be staying to the Ministry of Interior and the Registrar of the Tribunal; prior to going to this address, reporting to the police station on each occasion, the date of his departure to the address and the date of his return; continuing to report on a weekly basis ( i.e. every seven days, for example every Monday) at the police station where he usually reports; complying with any additional measure the Government of the Republic of Croatia would deem fit to impose in order to meet its obligations in relation with the provisional release of the Accused;   Done in both English and French, the English text being authoritative. ___________________________ Judge Liu, President of Trial Chamber I Dated this fifth day of July 2002 At The Hague, The Netherlands [ Seal of the Tribunal]
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Score: 911566.9 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ademi/tord/en/04170536.htm
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Decision on urgent motion requesting temporary variation of conditions of provisional release UNITED NATIONS IT- ott .. e4 - A A lo~6 - A Ao~.3 o .{ ::J:> Ii C & ,..,.1.J E R. ~ 0 0 ...! (...) RAMUSH HARADINAJ IDRIZBALAJ LAHI BRAHIMAJ PUBLIC Original: English DECISION ON URGENT MOTION REQUESTING TEMPORARY VARIATION OF CONDITIONS OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE The Office of the Prosecutor Mr. (...) IT-04-84-A 2 1 December 2009 CONSIDERING that the deceased passed away in a sudden unfortunate accident in another country and arrangements for transportation to the location of the funeral in Kosovo are still underway, wherefore the Applicant indicates that the funeral is tentatively scheduled for I December 2009 but that this is subject to change owing to "necessary formalities,,;4 CONSIDERING, therefore, that the Applicant's request for a temporary variation of the conditions of his provisional release is not fixed for I December 2009, but is predicated on the actual date of the funeral, which is yet to be confirmed; CONSIDERING the Applicant's submission that his attendance at the funeral is not only important to him personally, but having served more than two-thirds of his sentence, it is also important to facilitate his reintegration into the community when he is finally released; 5 CONSIDERING that the EULEX has no objection to the request by the Applicant and "stands ready to provide an appropriate escort to facilitate Mr.
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Score: 911190.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/haradinaj/tdec/en/091201.pdf
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• Based on 68 studies reporting prevalence up to 2014, we found approximately: • Physical abuse – 42% • Emotional abuse – 37% • Contact sexual abuse – 9% • Neglect- 28% • These estimates are in the middle of wide international ranges, except CSA which is lower than most countries Overall, there is very wide diversity in estimates in China (and the Asian region) • The ranges of Chinese estimates are very wide - • Emotional Abuse: 5% to 75% • Physical Abuse: 5% to 95% • Sexual abuse: from 2% to 20% • Historically, the breadth of estimates in the USA has been much the same Prevalence of emotional abuse in China (%) Surveys from 1988-2014 (Fang et al, 2015) 10 30 50 70 90 Combined Li, 2014 Lu, 2012 Yang, 2012 Zhu, 2012 Ma, 2012 Zhong, 2012 Wang, 2012 Yong, 2011 Gao, 2011 Lin, 2011 Hou, 2010 Dong, 2010 Zhou, 2010 Zhu, 2010 Zeng, 2010 Yan, 2009 Xiao, 2008 Chen, 2008 Chang, 2008 Xie, 2008 Cai, 2008 Ding, 2007 Tao, 2006 Zhao, 2006 Huang, 2006 Chen, 2005 Chen, 2005 Hu, 2005 Yang, 2004 Chen, 2004 Zhao, 2004 Study Emotional abuse – estimates from Chinese surveys Prevalence of physical abuse in China (%) Estimates from surveys,1988-2014; Fang et al, 2015 10 3p 50 70 90 Combined Li, 2014 Chan, 2013 Ma, 2012 Zhu, 2012 Lu, 2012 Zhong, 2012 Wang, 2012 Chou, 2011 Yong, 2011 Lin, 2011 Gao, 2011 Qiu, 2010 Fuh, 2010 Zeng, 2010 Shen, 2009 Yan, 2009 Hester, 2009 Cai, 2008 Yen, 2008 Xiao, 2008 Xiao, 2008 Chen, 2008 Ma, 2007 Ding, 2007 Tao, 2006 Huang, 2006 Chen, 2006 Ye, 2006 Zhao, 2006 Ma, 2005 Chen, 2005 Chen, 2005 Hu, 2005 Yang, 2004 Zhao, 2004 Samuda, 1988 Study Variation in estimates of child physical abuse in China Prevalence of contact sexual abuse in China (%) 5 10 15 20 25 30 Combined Qiu, 2010 Lin, 2011 Ye, 2006 Su, 2008 Sun, 2006 Chan, 2013 Chen, 2006 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2010 Chen, 2006 Gu, 2005 So-kum Tang, 2002 Chen, 2003 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2002 Females Study Variation in sexual abuse estimates (Chinese females, from Ji et al, 2013) Prevalence of contact sexual abuse, China (%) 5 10 15 20 25 30 Combined Lin, 2011 Ye, 2006 Su, 2008 Sun, 2006 Chan, 2013 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2010 Chen, 2006 Gu, 2005 So-kum Tang, 2002 Chen, 2003 Chen, 2004 Males Study Estimates of CSA reported by males in China Several relevant implications for bullying research in Asia Key points to consider in designing further studies 1. There is no “true” prevalence statistic that can be applied to a population • (Dunne, Choo, Madrid, Subrahmanian, Rumble, Blight and Maternowska, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 2015). • Our key purpose – for prevention and system intervention - is to understand variation in risk • Risk varies considerably across provinces, cultural groups and social conditions. • Some variation will be real across time, place and social groups; some is due to methodological factors • We should not expect to find “the true prevalence” – all estimates depend on context 2. (...) Include core indicators on bullying and VaC that are adaptable for localised research • The main questionnaire should have a short form (and a resource manual for data collection and analysis) so that localised research is comparable to this national study • This will help to reduce the unacceptably wide variation in accumulated VaC social research that is caused by using tools and methods that are unstandardised Long term view • Up to 2016, in all of Asia, there has not been a single published follow-up study of community-based or random samples that enables a time perspective on VaC and limited information on bullying change oiver time
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Score: 910447.3 - https://violenceagainstchildre...presentation_michael_dunne.pdf
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Observations of a factual nature are those that pertain to what can be observed or perceived, such as the distance to or visibility of an area and the condition in which a specific place is found. Submissions of an argumentative or legal nature shall not be allowed. 5.5 Proprio motu, or at the request of a party, the Trial Chamber may decide: (i) to have measurements or photographs taken or audio or video recordings made; (ii) to invite the parties to further specify what to observe or to inspect; (iii) to inspect other locations nearby where relevant; and (iv) to put questions to site visit participants. 5.6 No witness statements shall be taken, including statements as to possible changes in the appearance of the location since the relevant event took place. 5.7 Neither the parties nor the Trial Chamber shall address questions of a factual or a legal nature to persons found at the locations visited, particularly regarding the condition of the site in 1994. 5.8 The parties shall not be allowed to argue their observations or address individual Judges outside the presence of the opposing party or the other Judges. 5.9 The Trial Chamber shall not declare any findings or indicate its observations. 6. THE REPORT 6.1 The report shall indicate the time and participants of each visit, what was inspected and the parties’ observations, if any, in accordance with sections 5.3 and 5.4 and what was audio or video recorded. 4 6.2 The report with video recordings and transcription of audio recordings, if any, shall be filed by the Registry no later than seven days after the conclusion of the visit and shall be in evidence. 7. VARIATION OF THE TIME LIMITS 7.1 A Trial Chamber may, upon the request of a party or proprio motu, vary the time limits under sections 1, 2 and 6 or the number of participants under section 3 (iii) and (iv) if good cause necessitates a variation. 7.2 A party seeking variation pursuant to section 7.1 from the Trial Chamber shall do so in advance and shall provide an explanation of the circumstances necessitating the variation sought. 8.
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Score: 910356 - https://unictr.irmct.org/sites...gal-library/pd-site_visits.pdf
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The county’s climate is strongly affected by the Gulf Stream and the moist air currents which produce a maritime climate, i.e. humid and with relatively minor variations in temperature. The area is very rich in precipitation with an annual rainfall of up to 1,000 mm. (...) The table mountains of Västergötland have provided the conditions for completely unique natural environments. The variation in rocks and composition of the bedrock make for an unusually large variation in ecosystems.
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Score: 908994.7 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de..._2020_english-platabergens.pdf
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Second Decision on Prosecution's requests for variation of the time limit for disclosure of certain documents and to add some to its List of Evidence | International Criminal Court Skip to main content Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Home About The Court Organization Presidency Judicial Divisions Office of the Prosecutor Defence Victims Witnesses Registry State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Office of the Prosecutor Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Uganda Democratic Republic of the Congo Darfur, Sudan Central Afican Republic Kenya Libya Côte d'Ivoire Mali Central African Republic II Georgia Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan State of Palestine Republic of the Philippines Venezuela I Ukraine Preliminary Examinations Guinea Nigeria Venezuela II ⋯ News Documents Court Records All Records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Matter Outside Situations Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library Legal Tools Practical Information Court Calendar Contact Us Visit Us Vendors Get Involved #JusticeMatters #MoreJustWorld #AccessToJustice #SDG16 Share Stories Resources For Academics and Researches Diplomats Legal professionals Media NGOs Teachers and high school students Vacancies Search Breadcrumb Home Court Record Icc 02 11 01 Second Decision on Prosecution's requests for variation of the time limit for disclosure of certain documents and to add some to its List of Evidence Second Decision on Prosecution's requests for variation of the time limit for disclosure of certain documents and to add some to its List of Evidence ICC-02/11-01/15-306 21 October 2015 | Trial Chamber I | Decision Case: The Prosecutor v. (...) Report an error Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr About The Court How the Court works Organization State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Preliminary examinations Documents Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library All records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Practical information Vacancies Court calendar Contact us Visit us Vendors Get Involved Footer menu Terms and conditions of use Privacy Policy
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Score: 908994.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/court-record/icc-02/11-01/15-306
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The Trial Chamber said that if circumstances altered during the trial, the Prosecution might apply for variation of the order, such variation only to be made for good cause. (...) The Prosecution also applies to the Chamber to vary the number of witnesses and says that it will continue to substitute new witnesses if such become available. (...) Therefore, in the present days, the Trial Chamber must be satisfied that it is in the interest of justice to vary its original order of the 25th July. Put another way, has the Prosecution shown any good cause for the Trial Chamber to vary its original order?
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Score: 908952.3 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/3344
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The Trial Chamber said that if circumstances altered during the trial, the Prosecution might apply for variation of the order, such variation only to be made for good cause. (...) The Prosecution also applies to the Chamber to vary the number of witnesses and says that it will continue to substitute new witnesses if such become available. (...) Therefore, in the present days, the Trial Chamber must be satisfied that it is in the interest of justice to vary its original order of the 25th July. Put another way, has the Prosecution shown any good cause for the Trial Chamber to vary its original order?
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Score: 908952.3 - https://www.icty.org/fr/press/...plete-its-case-milosevic-trial
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